Diagnostic, clinical and therapeutic studies were carried out, under clinical conditions, on 80 patients with endoscopically confirmed chronic erosive gastritis and gastroduodenitis. The subjects aged between 20 and 59 are most often affected, the males being 2 times more often affected. The histological study on the purposeful biopsy of the mucosa of the stomach and duodenum established, most frequently, the presence of chronic superficial gastritis and duodenitis, followed by initial chronic atrophic gastritis. The clinical symptoms were studied in details--pain The etiological factors of importance are: food factors, dietetic errors, alcoholic consumption, drug effects first of all derivatives of Rauwolfia serpentina, followed by the peroral broad spectrum antibiotics, etc , duodenogastric reflux and toxic effect of the bile acids on the antral mucosa. The endoscopic studies are of decisive importance for the diagnosis and determining the effect of the treatment.
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What are the complications of chronic and acute gastritis? The complications of chronic gastritis may include In most cases, acute gastritis does not lead to complications. In rare Chronic gastritis.
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Chronic, Erosive Gastritis is an inflammation of the stomach characterized by multiple lesions in the mucous lining causing ulcer-like symptoms. The mean serum chromogranin A level was Prompt medical treatment of these ulcers is necessary to prevent complications such as bleeding and perforation. Patients with gastritis should limit their milk consumption especially when ate with other heavy foods; and also limit consumption of chili sauce because it can stimulate excessive production of gastric acid that can iritate the gastric mucosa. If these bacteria have an ability of hydrogen H2 fermentation, intraluminal H2 gas might be detected. From those infected patients Lymphocytic gastritis —prospective study of its relationship with varioliform gastritis.
Meaning of "Gastroduodenitis" in the German dictionary
Educalingo cookies are used to personalize ads and get web traffic statistics. We also share information about the use of the site with our social media, advertising and analytics partners. Meaning of "Gastroduodenitis" in the German dictionary. Inflammation of the mucous membrane of the stomach and duodenum. Synonyms and antonyms of Gastroduodenitis in the German dictionary of synonyms.